Residence Inn Salt Lake City Cottonwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... group and found out that each Thursday night during the summer period they hold a rehearsal which is open to the public between 7.30pm and 9.30pm.
The rehearsals are held in the Convention Centre of the church. The auditorium in which they are held holds a staggering 21,000 people. The acoustics are just brilliant and from any seat in the venue you can hear these angelic voices in their purity.
To be able to ...
20th - The 'in laws', Toli and Heidi picked me up from the airport. I missed any shots from the air unfortunately. It was a stunning view coming into Salt Lake City too! First port of call after dropping luggage off at their place was hunting down a coffee. Managed to find a perfectly acceptable starbucks pretty quickly thanks to ...
... a whole new sort of ideas.
Nanci: Today, convention ended with an incredible showcase of a young girl with an amazing voice who sang "Girl on Fire." Then, we went to Antelope Island where we saw bison, antelope, a coyote, and deer. We also went down to the beach and I got to take my shoes off in the sand. The Great Salt Lake smells quite salty. Today was insanely fun and ended with a lively ...
... try to get their cars out while everyone else cheers. Have a look at youtube. The speed limits on highways seem to be 70mph here. We were doing about 80mph generally and were quite often being passed on Highway 191 (it’s name is the Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway) between Moab and Wellington. Stopped at Wellington for a break, gas and a drink. It started to rain, so on with the wet weather gear and head towards Salt Lake City for the night, ...
... need to push the pause button. As we progressed across America, we saw that we could very well make it before those twin storks were employed.
We discussed early on about making sure we continued making this trip fun throughout. We knew ourselves. We worried that we would begin to make it a race. After all we are always up for a challenge. (As if this entire trip was not challenge enough). We kept telling ourselves that we needed to enjoy the process.